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Bong, not bomb, causes scare at Boulder bus station

By The AP

BOULDER — Police say a suspicious device that led to the evacuation of Boulder’s downtown bus station turned out to be a bong. Police spokeswoman Kim Kobel told the Daily Camera newspaper that a guard discovered what he thought ...


OSHA completes probe into worker’s death near Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — Federal workplace safety officials have completed their investigation into the death of a road construction worker who was killed near Boulder when a truck involved in flood repair backed over him. The Daily Camera reports ...


Skier who died in Alaska remembered as Telluride fixture

By The AP

TELLURIDE — A 55-year-old skier who died after falling through a cornice in Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is being remembered as a humble man who was a fixture in Telluride’s mountain community. Peter ...


Jeb Bush visits presidential battleground Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Potential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is visiting swing state Colorado to have breakfast with military veterans and host a town hall about energy development. Bush is traveling in the state Tuesday for his Right ...


Printed Letters: April 7, 2015

By Staff

Rain barrels can help us connect with water I’ve grown weary of the old saying “whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting.” In our present water-shortage concerns, we need, instead, to work together to create changes, ...


Reduce testing, but keep accountability

By The Daily Sentinel

To understand how contentious the public school testing environment has become in this state, we need to look no further than our own school board. Last month, the only two members of District 51’s board with children still in school ...


Managing water is a heavy lift 
at both ends of the Colorado River

By Jim Spehar

“The West cannot carry what it has lifted.” – Author Wallace Stegner (on water) We’d just left San Diego when I heard about California Gov. Jerry Brown’s executive order last Wednesday to reduce water ...


Division II baseball rankings, April 6, 2015

By Staff

Division II Rankings Collegiate Baseball Newspaper April 6 Team W-L Points Pvs 1. Colorado Mesa 30-4 478 1 2. Nova Southeastern 29-6 464 6 3. Franklin Pierce 26-2 448 5 4. Florida Tech. 30-5 430 4 5. Seton Hill 26-4 414 9 6. ...


Prep girls lacrosse results, April 6, 2015

By Staff

Girls Grand Junction 15,
Battle Mountain 8 Monday at Battle Mountain Goals: GJ — Kristina Sewell 6, Halle Harrison 5, Kaylie Thompson 2, Tia Sewell, Alex Nicoletti. Assists: GJ — Caroline Jones 2, Thompson 2, Nicoletti 2, ...


Prep girls golf results, April 6, 2015

By Staff

Warrior Invitational Also Day 1 of Southwestern League Championship Monday at Tiara Rado Golf Course, par 71 Warrior Invitational Team Scores 1. Montrose, 274; 2. Rifle, 278; 3. Eagle Valley, 279; 4. Grand Junction 1, 280; 5. (tie) Fruita ...


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